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Volume 55 



CATAWBA COLLEGE 
SALISBURY, NORTH CAROLINA 

Co-Editors: 

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"We begin to learn 

when we begin to live, 

our education begins 

with ourselves." 

Rousseau 



We dedicate this yearbook to Mr. Robert Hartsell, a man who has given of himself 
freely, never complaining, always supporting, our sincere thanks and undying 
appreciation. 



PATRONS 

Mr. and Mrs. Allen L. Anderson 

Bob and Jenny Bates 

Mr. and Mrs. Larry Charles Bostian 

Merlin and Sharon Brockway 

The Reverend and Mrs. Allen W. Joslin 

Mr. and Mrs. H. Clyde Lippard 

Dr. and Mrs. J.W. Loy 

Mr. and Mrs. George Painter 

Mr. and Mrs. Frans VanBergen 

Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Waddell 
Mr. and Mrs. John H. Williamson 

A SPECIAL THANKS TO EVERYONE 




STUDENT LIFE 



MAY DAY 




Queen — Jill Fink; Maid of Honor — Elizabeth Crowed; Senior Representatives. — Ginger Stoddard. Kim Cropper; Junior Representatives — 
Cathy Boon, Marcia Hoover, Marcie Webber; Sophomore Representatives — Lori Kates. Sherry Sherrill. Susan McRee; Freshman Repre- 
sentatives — Holly Corcoran, Patti Hall. Elaine Shirey 




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SUPERBDWL DANCI 




Returning graduates and 
friends were welcomed with open 
arms as Catawba's 1 383 home- 
coming got under way. Clear skies 
and a warm sun were gladly 
accepted while reminiscing olden 
days of love and laughter kept the 
alumni busy. The crowd cheered 
as Dr. Stephen Wurster crowned 
Cathy Boon 1 383's Homecoming 
Queen. Current students at 
Catawba have much to look for- 
ward to in the future as they re- 
turn to the campus that was 
"their home, their place to be." 

Other representatives were: 
Lori Kollar, Gloria Gines, Jane 
Sloan, Patti Shine, Amy Kil- 
bourne, Judy Long, Melissa 
Sagen, Laverne Dejournette, 
Andrea Haines, Kelly Auten, Julie 
Schweig, and Kym Davidson. 





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Marcia Hoover 



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Dust off the hat and come join the fun, 

the Mad Hatter Party has just begun! ! ! 

No matter what it looks like, it's okay at 

Catawba College. Here outrageous is the 

usual. There is a hat for every person, and 

a good time for everyone! 




PAJAMA PARTY 





P. J's and panties seem to go together at 
Catawba College. It was a clear, cold night and 
spirits soared as the students, huddled in warm 
coats, arrived in the gym lobby. Dancing, drinks, 
and music were all backdrops to the P.J. clad 
students. Having fun and being happy seem to be 
Catawba College traditions! 



AIR BAND 





SPORTS 



FOOTBALL CHEERLEADERS 




Back Row: Kae Richardson. Robin Shives, Tori Burris, Patty Mayall, Gina Gentile. Beth Waddell, Lisa Bost. Front Row: Marcus Malveau, 
Melanie Trexler. Scot McCachren 




FOOTBALL 




Back to front — left to right: Manager James Robinson. Manager Mike Knott. Ass't Coach Charles Uttle. Ron Spaecmo. Sam Lynch Jim Clark 
Jeff Taylor, Richard Rhines, Steve Kinney, Scott Olson. Robert Brewer, Woody McMillan, Cullen Jordan, Monty McLaughlin, Mi'ke Kepley ' 
Richard Dawson. Morton Jones. Mike Crenshaw Greg Huntley. David Monroe. Kevin Young, Ass't Coach Ron Raper, Ass't Coach Len Martin' 
Manager Bill Cube. Wayne Jackson. Tim McMahan, Brian Shipley, Gary Dowell. Eric Bame. David Ard. David Dutton Tim Baker Shane Logan' 
Barry Meachum, Carl Beck, Mike Wright, Hal Capps. Tony Klubert. Jim Combs, John Phillips. Thomas Nunley. Tom Mohlman Brent Poole' 
Ass't Coach Yates, Ed Kinney, Joseph Rousseau, Jay Aldredge, Steve Robb. Kendall Carter, Rodney Pitts. Carl Johnson. Jimmy Holmes Joe 
Crapster, Dave Powell. Dave Wood. Steve Wh.taker. Sam McCormick. Greg West, Todd Shook, Craig Mathis. Brent Martin. Rodney Nordelli 
Rich Land.s. Dean Ray, Coach Bill Leonard, Head Coach Pete Stout. Wmslow McMoore, Mark Raines. Gordon Brown Eddie Forrest Robert 
Caldwell. JoeFoti. Wade Smith. Eric Watson, Jim Parent, Mark Flmg. Reggie White. Earl McMMIon. Steve Foye, Stokes Hairston Fred Moore 
Jeff Granqu.st, Frank Badoma. Chrid Potest. David Brown. Coach Wood. Steve Turley. Todd Armstrong. Jeff Coulter. Mark Teat J,m 
Childers. Albert Prego. Juvy Pma. Ronnie Arant. Solomon Abitbol. Maurice Leak. Tim Bates. Eddie Whitley. James Robinson. Bobby Myers 
Kevin Paige. Ed Hooker. Jackie Hayes, Steve Leach 



CAT 
10 

3 
15 

9 

7 

O 

3 
1 5 
21 
28 



Newberry 

Mars Hill 

Wofford 

Carson -Newman 

Presbyterian 

Elon 

Georgia Southern 

Guilford 

Oavidson 

Lenior Rhyne 



OPP 
28 
35 
25 
31 
28 
1 7 
10 
15 
2B 
28 



SOCCER 




Sitting: Jeff Granquist, Mark Benz, Rick Moffitt. Andrew McKay, Paige Lane. Kenny Sloane. Gerry Scion, Jeff Mason, Standing: Tom Grippo, 
David Roy, Larry Greiner, Bill McFeeley. George Corson, Bill Twigg. Kevin Pedicord, Hunt Smith, Nick Costino, Steve Kittleburger, Ralph 
Wager. 



CAT 

1 

2 

2 

5 

2 

3 

A 

2 

4 

1 
1 1 

2 
1D 

2 

a 

2 

3 

13 



N.C. Wesleyan 

Guilford 

Atl Christian 

Greensboro 

Pfeiffer 

Francis Marion 

Wingate 

Pembroke 

Methodist 

UNC-Asheville 

Mars Hill 

Elon 

Greensboro 

High Point 

Belmont Abbey 

Wingate 

St. Andrews 

Mars Hill 



OPP 
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3 
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FIELD HOCKEY 




Kneeling: Cindy Gonmley, Chris Griffith, Jessica Orr, Tracy Frey. Marcie Webber 
Spekhardt, Joan Canavaciol, Diane Beck, Angie Crayton, Marion Greene 



Sharma Dulm, Standing; Nan Whitley, Lon Kates. Irer 



CAT 




OPP 


1 


Pfeiffer 


5 


O 


High Point 


1 


2 


Davidson 


3 


1 


Duke 


6 


D 


Davidson 


1 


3 


High Point 


3 


O 


Appalachian 


1 


B 


Vanderbilt 


1 


4 


Swannee 


3 


3 


Georgia Club 


1 


1 


Wake Forest 


2 


O 


Pfeiffen 


3 


1 


Davidson 


A 


O 


Swannee 


2 


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Carolina Club 


2 




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VOLLEYBALL 




First Row: Jodi Manning, Charlotte Bailey, Kelly Chnsawn, Molly Dean [Manager]. Second Row: Vonda Martin, Cindy Kock, Cindy Morris 
Melody Dekle, Glenda Parrish, Third Row: Gwen Knipe. Dee Williamson, Tink Wallace. Lisa Smith. Carol GMIigan 



CAT 
lost 
lost 
won 
lost 
lost 
won 
lost 
won 
lost 
lost 
lost 
won 
won 
won 
won 
won 



QPP 


CAT 


Atl Christian 


lost 


St. Andrews 


lost 


N.C. ASlT 


lost 


Winston-Salem State 


lost 


Wingate 


lost 


UNC-Charlotte 


lost 


UNC- Wilmington 


lost 


Pfeiffer 


lost 


Lenoir-Rhyne 


lost 


Winston-Salem State 


lost 


Pembroke 


won 


UNC-Asheville 


lost 


Gardner- Webb 


won 


N.C. AST 


lost 


Pfeiffer 


won 


Belmont Abbey 


lost 



OPP 

Guilford 

N.C. Central 

High Point 

Winthrop 

Greensboro College 

Mars Hill 

Winston-Salem State 

Wingate 

Lenoir-Rhyne 

Greensboro College 

N.C. Wesleyan 

Pembroke 

Coker 

UNC-Charlotte 

Elon 

Mars Hill 



BASKETBALL CHEERLEADERS 




Back Row: Tom Nash, Larry Greini 
Angie Hill, Patty Mayall, Gina Gentile, To 



David Zalinski, Jason Scott, Shawn Todd- Front Row: Lisa Bost. Patti Hall, Marcia Hoover, 




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WOMEN'S BASKETBALL 

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Debbie Craddock, Gwen Kanipe, LaVe 
Cnayton. Susan Lang, Manager 



/erne DeJournecte. Tina Whittington, Paula Whitley. 


Libby Beac 


Dri Ann Bowen. 






CAT 




DPP 


59 


Wingate 


65 


2 


Bennett 


O 


62 


Erskine 


B6 


61 


Appalachian St. 


77 


64 


Atlantic Christian 


78 


BO 


Mans Hill 


9B 


5B 


Pembroke State 


95 


95 


Gardner- Webb 


71 


66 


Pfeiffen 


75 


70 


High Point 


72 


61 


Guilford 


B7 


45 


Elon 


BO 


79 


Gardner- Webb 


76 


91 


Pfeiffer 


73 


67 


High Point 


B1 


60 


Wingate 


BO 


76 


Appalachian St. 


75 


71 


Elon 


91 


55 


Pembroke State 


B2 


101 


Guilford 


1 10 


65 


Atlantic Christian 


7B 


7D 


Mars Hill 


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MEN'S BASKETBALL 




Billy Puckett, Andrew Matthews. Ed Fowler. Derrick Tucker. Woodrow Boler. Mark Simpsor 
Moe, Mike Cutter, Steve Johmson, Bradd Eldridge. Tim Overton. Art Rose 



Mark Fink. Ricky Thompson, David 




Coastal Carolina 

Francis Marion 

Claflin 

Lenoir-Rhyne 

Johnson C. Smith 

Atlantic Christian 

Pembroke State 

Wingate 

Belmont Abbey 

Morris 

Methodist 

Gardner- Webb 

Elon 

High Point 

Pembroke State 

Pfeiffer 

Lenoir-Rhyne 

Guilford 

Elon 

Limestone 

Pfeiffer 

High Point 

Gardner- Webb 

Lenoir-Rhyne 

Atlantic Christian 

Wingate 

Belmont Abbey 




Asst- Coach Tom Bonebrake 



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Coach Len Martin. Peter Sir 



"is, Michael Knott. Joe Trair 



: Sornson. Scott Crater, David Corriher. Rob 



Sottile, Not pictured — Steve Leach. Tom Harker. 

The 1 983-84 Catawba wrestling team, with a new coach 
and 6 of 1 O positions filled with freshmen, compiled an out- 
standing 1 O and 3 record against tough competition. 1 O vic- 
tories in a single season is a new school record for wins. The 
tribe was led by freshman Rob Sottile who compiled a season 
record of 23-5, freshman George Fiorile with a record of 
19-6, and captain Joe Trainor whose record was 1 6-3 for the 
year. All three qualified for the NAIA National Tournament. 

All members of the team worked very hard and contributed 
greatly to the success of the team. With such a young team, 
the Indians have served notice that they will be a force to be 
reckoned with in the future. 



CAT 




OPP 


26 


Hampden -Sidney 


1 5 


15 


N.C. AST 


35 


34 


Hampden- Sidney 


1 5 


30 


Longwood 


21 


36 


Furman 


1 5 


27 


Davidson 


24 




15 
3 
26 
41 
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University of the South S 
Davidson 25 



5th Mid-South Tournament 



TENNIS 




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SOFTBALL 




Back Row; Freda Stovall. Theresa Kellam, Lori Ann Bowen, Cindy Koch. Marion Greene, Gayle McCrae, Coach Cecile Whitley. 
Middle Row: Kim Mair. Angie Crayton, Charlotte Bailey. Sharma Dulin. Melanie Dekel, Glenda Pamsh, Coach Nan Whrtley. Front 
Row: Cindy Gormley. Sherry McCurdy. Sharon Snuggs. Gwen Kanipe. LaVerne Dejournette. 



Atlantic Christian 


5-2 








13-1 


Gardner 


Webb 




1B-7 
14-1 


Winston 


Salem 


State 


9-5 
13-S 


Wingate 






B-D 
12-0 


Elon 






3-2 
7-6 


Guilford 






5-0 
3-2 


Fayetteville State 


3-13 








3-1 



Pembroke 
Pfeiffen 



Guilford 
Pfeiffen 



UNC-Wilmington 
N.C. Central 



1 -4 
5-4 
4-1 
2-6 
7-3 
1 3-5 
2-5 
3-4 
3-5 
1 -4 



BASEBALL 




Standing: Gary Clawson, Greg Stadther, Ben Peeler. Bill Patnss, Kenny Love, Ken Mahnken, Glenn Kallimch. Terry Harwell, Claries Beatty. 
Dave Folmar, Rich Landis. Kneeling: Coach Bob Bailey. Chris Gibbs. Robbie Sparks, Richard Drake. Ed Matthews, Raymond Brewer. John 
Dmicola, Kenny Fernandez Sitting: Mark Hill, Fred Seagraves. Steve Flood, Robert Burke 



CAT 




OPP 


CAT 




OPP 


1 


UNC-Charlotte 


3 


1 1 


Guilford 


A 


B 


UNC-Charlotte 


5 


2 


Pfeiffer 


14 


B 


Duke 


1B 


1 


Elon 


a 


3 


Appalachian 


6 


5 


Elon 


1 


3 


Appalachian 


7 


1 1 


Atl Christian 


10 


5 


Wingate 


B 


a 


Guilford 


B 


A 


Atl Christian 


3 


12 


High Point 


13 


9 


At I Christian 


1 7 


9 


Lenoir-Rhyne 


B 


A 


Davidson 


3 


18 


Guilford 


1 


B 


Davidson 


1 6 


1 O 


Pfeiffer 


12 


2 


High Point 


1 


A 


Gardner- Webb 


O 


7 


Wingate 


6 


3 


Gardner- Webb 


A 


5 


Pembroke State 


3 


14 


Mars Hill 


15 


1 1 


Pembroke State 


2 


B 


Mars Hill 


A 


3 


Citadel 


7 


2 


Appalachian 


B 


A 


Citadel 


S 


5 


Appalachian 


B 


B 


High Point 


12 













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INTRAMURALS 






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INTRAMURALS 





ORGANIZATIONS 



STUDENT GOVERNMENT ASSOCIATION 



The Student Government Association is comprised of all 
students at Catawba College. The students in this picture 
are the S.G.A. leaders who have attempted to convey the 
wishes and concerns of the student body to the Administra- 
tion. The 19B3-84 S.G.A. took on various projects 
throughout the school year. Major projects included re- 
organizing the S.G.A. and Student Court. Work was also 
carried out to strengthen campus media organizations. In 
all of our endeavors, we always remembered our main pur- 
pose: to strengthen the voice of the student body and to 
strive to become an effective group of representatives for 
Catawba students. 





CTop] David Joslin, Julie Ramseur, Kim Hughson, Bridgett Poe, 
Bill Zolper, Martin Brown. Lauren Taylor, Mark Shutts, Robbie 
Sheffield. Elaine Shirey, Sherrell Murray, Chris Griffith. Lori 
Kates. Ralph Shipley. Lynn Shuping. (Seated] Dr. Jayme Kaniss, 
Amy Kilbourne. 



Executive Council: Bridgett Poe, Robbie Sheffield. Sherrell Murray, Lynn 
Shuping, Julie Ramseur, Kim Hughson. Mark Shutts. Amy Kilbourne. 




Class Presidents 
Andrea Haines. 



Lori Kates. Elaine Shirey, 








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STUDENT COURT 




Back Row: Robbie Sheffield. Judy Long, Jim Cunningham. Front Row: 
Chris Griffith, Cheryl Whiting, Beth Vazzana 

The Student Count consists of repre- 
sentatives from each class, elected offi- 
cers and professors of Catawba College. 
Through the judicial process the Student 
Court maintains order on the college 
campus. 



MEN'S RESIDENCE COUNCIL 




The Men's Residence Council consists of all men 
who live on campus. The purpose of the council 
is to unite all men of Catawba. M.R.C. includes 
representatives from each male dorm, RA's. 
and an Executive Council. Men's Residence 
Council participates in activities during the year, 
as well as sponsoring activities. The Executive 
Council officers are: President — Ralph Shipley; 
Vice-President — Jeff Hamley; Secretary- 
Treasurer — Keith Chalmers. The advisor is Eric 
Strimple. 



Women's Government Association 




Kathy Shue, Lauren Taylor. Susanna Burleson. Diane Beck, Tanya Huffiness. Gloria Gines. Gina 
Paula Wilson. Cynthia Kenlaw, Sherrell Murray, Barbara Singleton. Tern Pepper, Chris Griffith, Sher 
Small. Sandra Cates, Jo Glenn Robertson. Melinda Means. Kelly Jackson, Laura Butterworth. 



The Women's Government Association, most widely 
known as "WGA", is made up of each and every woman on 
campus. All women are automatically members and can 
participate in any project or activity that the organization 
holds. WGA strives to serve the women of Catawba with 
enjoyable and informative pnognams and social gatherings, 
as well as, providing the entire student body with service 
activities and social events. WGA participates in Home- 
coming, May Day, and any other of Catawba's special 
events. The WGA council is made up of: RA's, Head Resi- 
dents, Dorm Presidents, Hall Representatives, and the 
Executive Council; President — Lauren Taylor, Vice- 
President — Kelly Jackson, Secretary — Diane Beck, 
Treasurer — GloriaGines, ICC — Sherrell Murray, Advisor 
— Kathy Shue. 



HOUSE COUNCILS 




North: CTOPJ : Laura ButCerworth, Kelly Jackson, Sandra Cates. Melissa Sagen, 
Doris Coates, Tern Pepper, Susanna Burleson. Lisa Mar hoover. Beth Rohr- 
baugh. Tracy Frey. Barbara Singleton. Diane Beck. Monica Meadows, Sharon 
Snuggs. 



MEDIA BOARD 




Martin Brown, Jack Wall. Dr. Gerald Hcnaker, Laura Butterworth, Laura Andersor 
ing, Bradd Hamm, Dewanna Thomas, Ralph Shipley. 

The Media Board is composed of all editors, managers, 
and advisors of the media organizations at Catawba Col- 
lege; the Arrowhead, the Pioneer, the Sayakini, and WNDN. 
Also participating in this committee are three students 
who have been selected from the student body at large. 
The SGA president acts as the chairperson of this com- 
mittee. The main purpose of the Media Board is to oversee 
and advise Catawba's media organizations. 



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Kathleen Sugrue, Halph Shipley. 



Houston, Glenn Weidner. Front Row: David Roy. Laura Anderson, Angie HM 




Kathleen Sugrue and Marcia Hoover- — Photographers 



PIONEER 




Editor Brad 



ARROWHEAD 




Laura Butterworth, Jennifer Smith, Maureen Tansey, Martin Brown, Molly 
Deem. Not Pictured: Laura Ashley. Brent Snipes, and Debbie Jean Beam. 

The Arrowhead: Catawba's Point of Expression is 
Catawba's literary magazine, which provides stu- 
dents with an opportunity to publish their creative 
works. One of its primary goals is to promote the 
liberal arts on campus. This year, the Fall issue has 
expanded to 45 pages to accommodate the surge of 
talent that is being developed and produced here. 



IMPRESSIONS 




Barefoot, 

you walk along 

the empty beach, leaving 

impressions 

in the moist sand, 

your foot playing 

follow the leader 

with the left. 

I, too, travel 

that sandy trail, 

guided by your 

footprints in the sand. 

An impossible quest: pursuing 

five independent toes 

and a dawdling 

heel, 

but I never reach 

you, for 

although we journey down 

the same path, 

you are going in 

the opposite direction. 

Jennifer E. Smith 



SNIPE FLIES 

by 
Brent Snipes 



WAR 
The boy stood at the fog shouded bus depot. 
His mother stood despondent by his side, 
Not speaking, 
Not feeling. 

Slowly the bus panted the fog and came to a 

stop. 
The boy looked at his mother through watered 

eyes. 
And said, "Mama I'm scared." 

She waited in earnest for a word from her boy. 

Finally by a telegram it came. 

It read: Mama I love you, and I'm scared. 

They told her he was courageous. 
They told her he was always loyal, 
And never seemed scared. 
Then they told her he was dead. 

That was the last she heard of her boy. 
The last time she cared for anything. 
Now she just sits and stares, 
At the bus depot down the street. 

Timothy Ross 



WNDN-FM 




Mike Smith. Jack Walls. Bill Schmidt, Carl Johnson. Todd Coleman. 
Brad Hamm, Greg Shell, Dewanna Thomas, Robert Cann, Ellen Wice. 



All forms of music found their way Into the stereos of 
Catawba's students and Salisbury citizens from WNDN's 
staff. First semester's manager was Jack Walls. Second 
semester, Dr. Honaker became manager to help readjust 
the station. The news director is DeWanna Thomas and 
she speaks on both college and community news. Bill 
Schmidt is the "fashion plate" host. Other people who have 
weekly shows are Jack Walls, Jason Scott, Ida Bostian, 
Valerie Harlan, Jim Combs, Bill Schmidt, Brad Hamm, 
David Roy, Todd Coleman, Robert Cann, Greg Shell, Ellen 
Wice, Margntt Krams, Henry Brown, Mike Smith, Carl 
Johnson. 



WOMEN'S ATHLETIC RECREATION 
ASSOCIATION 




Back Row: Lori Ann Bowen, Irene Spekhsrdt, Diane Beck. Tern Pepper, Chris Griffith, Cindy Gc 
Pat Whitley, Dee Beck, Sharon Snuggs, Kelly Cavin 

The Women's Athletic Recreation Asso- 
ciation attempts to promote physical effi- 
ciency and to develop good sportsmanship 
among the students of Catawba by foster- 
ing an interest in sports. The WARA spon- 
sors an intramural program of dual, indi- 
vidual and team sports. All Catawba wom- 
en are members of our organization, 
however, not all are active members. 



nley. Kelly Cnsawn. Front Row: Jodi Manning, 



WANTU — WA'NZURI 




Back Row: Dei 
Killian, Yvette 



inis Hende 
McDougald 



well. Paula Wilson. Man; 



The Wantu-Wanzuri is a student orga- 
nization designed to enhance the minority 
perspective and to establish a better rap- 
port between minority and non-minority 
students as well as create a stronger unity 
among minorities themselves. The name 
Wantu-Wanzuri means "beautiful people." 
A list of objectives serves as a guideline for 
activities which are sponsored and pro- 
grams for freshman orientation, Black His- 
tory Week and recruiting. 

Officers: Ivan Smith — President; Gina 
Hill — Vice-President; Kim Cornwell — Sec- 
retary; Ann Abbot — Treasurer and Re- 
porter. 



COMMERCE CLUB 




Back Row: Tom Nash, Edwin Hamlin, Martin Hughley. Kevin Loghlin, Keith Thompson. Middle Rosa/: Tracy Lewis, Todd Kymen, 
Laura Leitner, Lisa Simon, Laura Kuchenburg, Jackie Flanner. Front Row: Kim Alexander, Diane Beck, Pam Finney 



The purpose of the Commerce Club 
is to bring together students, faculty, 
and administration of Catawba Col- 
lege who are interested in business — 
oriented curriculums through social 
and professional contacts with orga- 
nizations, industries and related 
businesses. 




Officers: Kevin Loghl 
Lewis 



nder, Lisa Simon, Lori Kollar, Tracy 



SCIENCE CLUB 




1 st row: Jane Sloan, Kenny Schanf , Stacey Ness. Kymn Davidson. 2nd row: Sam Towne, 
Elaine Smith, Dee Williamson, Launa Morrison, Libby Beach. 3rd row: Lisa Fortner, Johr 
Painter, Michael Cavanaugh. Dr. Michael Baranski. 



The Catawba College Science Club is for any student 
with a genuine interest in the sciences. The club 
offers opportunities to pursue intenests through lec- 
tures, field trips, and fellowship with other- science 
clubs from all oven the state. Officers: Pnesident — 
Libby Beach; Vice-President — DaveWooten; Secre- 
tary — Kymn Davidson; Treasurer — Jim Car- 
michael. Advisor: Dn. Michael Baranski. 



POLITICAL SCIENCE CLUB 




Glenn Weidner. Sally Wright, Pat Shields. Carolyn Ward. Jeff 
Hamley. Kymn Davidson, John Jones, Branson Pethel, Chuck 
Kroh. Dr. Sanford Silverburg. Bill Zolper, Elvie Van Dyke. Sue 
Walker. Julie Ramseur, Dr. Jayme Kaniss. Ann Abbott. 



The Political Science Club consists of students who 
are interested in this specific area of the social scien- 
ces. There are three purposes of the club: to encour- 
age scholarship and academic achievement in the 
study of political science; to develop a sense of group 
identity among political science and public administra- 
tion majors; and to develop rapport between faculty 
and students. Officers: President — Chuck Kroh; 
Vice-President — Glenn Weidner; Secretary — Julie 
Ramseur; Treasurer — Lynn Shuping. 



COMPUTER SCIENCE CLUB 




Dr. Robert Carlton. Dr. Paul Baker, DeDe McElveen, Harvey Cornher. James Crumel, Debbie Craddock, Kevin Carlton, Doris Hepler, 
Cathy Boon, Theresa Grey. Chris Gladden. Laverne DeJournette, Patty Moore, Lisa Blake, David Corriher. Sharon Snuggs. Wanona 
Gregory. Sharon Hicks, Patty Grey. Luella Ketner. Cindy Koch. Sherry Buckner. Wes Fleming. Barry Mitchem, Brent Snipes, Paul 
Dziomba, Todd Shook, Bob Mazzoni, Deidra Adams. 



The Computer Science Club of Catawba Col- 
lege, established December 1 982, began as an 
active organization in September 1 983. The 
club consists of 48 members and is headed by 
its officers: President, Kevin Carlton; Vice- 
President, Doris Hepler; Secretary, Debbie 
Craddock; Treasurer, James Crumel; Two 
members-at-large, Harvey Corriher and De- 
lores McElveen; and acting Past President, 
Cathy Boon. 

The club's advisors are: Dr. C. Robert Carlton 
and Dr. Paul Baker. The club is a member club of 
the DPMA [Data Processing Management 
Association] of Charlotte, N.C. 



STUDENT EDUCATION ASSOCIATION 




Seated: Lydia Campbell, Arlis Lowman, Laura Morrison, Dons Hepler Standing: Lon Kates, Shelia Stad 
Jackson, Leigh Hall, Dr. Sophie Fishel (Advisor), Patti Jeu de Vine, Andrew Mathews 



er, Jane Shumate, Gaule 



The Student Education Association is 
the Catawba College chapter of the Nation- 
al Student Education Association. The 
club consists of education majors and 
minors. Meeting once a month, the club 
features guest speakers, special pre- 
sentations, and the sharing of teaching 
ideas and strategies. Membership pro- 
vides not only valuable contact with other 
education students but it also provides 
liability insurance to cover those doing field 
work in the schools. This yeans officers are 
President: Arlis Lowman, Vice President: 
Lydia Campbell, Secretary/Treasurer: 
John Bolton, Social Chairmen: Doris He- 
pler and Laura Morrison. Dr. Sophie Fishel 
is the advisor. 



HONORS PROGRAM 







Far Back: Dr. Maynard Rich. Dr. Karl Hales. David Dodd. Scot McCachren, Dr. Bethany SinnotC, Jill 
Houston, Anne McNeill. Laura Ashley. Holly Marshall. Libby Bachall. Beth Vazzana. Laura Butterworth. 
Brigett Poe. Andrea Haines 




Standing: Laura Pasqumi. Marcie Lefler. Rhonda Ritchie. Dave Parker. Dr. Maynard Rich, ScotMcCachr 
Rodney Burton, Chris Loy, Robin Ritchie. DeDe McElveen. Margaret Stoner, Angie Hill 

The General Honors Program at Catawba College has been che- 
ated to meet the needs of those students who are committed to 
academic excellence. Special courses and selected regular courses 
are designed for the Honors Program and taught by canefully 
selected professors. New students with strong academic potential 
and continuing students with a GPA of 3. Q or better may register for 
courses. 

The structure of the Honors Program courses encourages ex- 
ploration of ideas and concepts through lectures, discussions, and 
reports. The format is designed to help the student develop critical 
skills basic to an educated person, the ability to read and compre- 
hend unfamiliar documents, to analyze and organize complex ideas, 
and to effectively communicate these ideas in oral and written form 
with percision and clarity. 



NORTH CAROLINA STUDENT LEGISLATURE 




The North Carolina Student Legislature (NCSL) 
is a congress of colleges and students joined 
together to promote awareness of the world 
around them. The NCSL serves two fun- 
damental purposes. First, through actual par- 
ticipation in a model General Assembly, it pro- 
vides students with a close-up, practical educa- 
tion in the political and legislative processes. 
Second, NCSL affords students a statewide 
forum for expressing ideas and opinions on cur- 
rent issues to both state and national leaders. 
NCSL is the oldest and most active student 
legislature in the country and more than ACPIa of 
NCSL's legislative ideas have been written into 
law. 

Club members: Kerry Scharf, Carolyn Ward, 
Anne McNeill, Deidre Adams, Lynn Shuping, 
Beth Vazzana, Dr. Karl Hales, Glenn Weidner, 
Bill Zloper, Bob Mazzoni. 



BAND 





The Catawba College band is really 
two organizations in one. The student 
members play in a pep band for nearly 
all home football games and basketball 
games. In their other role, the stu- 
dent members, along with several 
people from the community, make up 
the Catawba Civic Band, which per- 
forms twice a year in a Christmas and 
Spring Concert. 



GOSPEL CHOIR 




Front Co Back: Karen Cuff le. Gina Hill, Paula Wilson, Je 
McDougal, Ivan Smith. Gordon Brown, Terry Higgins, Der 




Campbell. Cynthia Kenlaw, Angie Burrows. Ann Edmunds. Kir 
is Henderson. Reggie White 

The Gospel Choir is an 
onganization that promotes uplift 
through songs, praises, and 
fellowship. Membership is open to 
any student who has an interest 
and the ability to sing gospel music. 



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Officers: Yvette McDougal — Secretary, Cynthia Kenlav 
— Treasurer, Karen Cuffie — President, Maria Killian — 
Vice-President, Ann Edmunds — Booking Agent 



SOCIAL WORK CLUB 




Cynthia Kenlaw. Mr. Robert Hartsell, Tangy Thornton, Gina Hill, Michael Vocherr, Debbie Poole, Kenny Hinegard- 
ner, Julie Kassouf. Miss Sherry Free. 

The Social Work Club, an 

organization composed of students 

seeking to assist their services for 

society's social welfare by 

presenting their services for 

workshops, seminars and volunteer 

work. The social work club has 

continued to establish a growing 

development for social welfare. 

Many communities recognize the 

social work club by their activities, 

due to the National Professional 

Organization for the Social Workers 

— the NASW. The social work club 

will continue to help society in its 

path of life. 




Tangy Thornton — President; Cynthia Kenlaw 
Secretary; Kenny Hinegardner — Treasurer. 



- Vice President; Gina Hill - 



FRESHMEN COORDINATORS 




Robin Ashe. Jon Hamley. Jill Ridenhour, Beth Waddell. Cheryl Whiting, Tracey Lewis. Lynn Shuping. Cecile Strudwick, 
Ann Abbott. [Row 2] Glenn Weidner. Martin Brown. Kevin Carlton, Bradd Hamm, Benii Hamm. Debbie Craddock, 
Sherry Buckner, Skip Morgan. [Bottom Row] Angle Hill, Marcia Hoover. Maria Killian. Tori Burns. DeWanna Thomas. 
Patty Moore. 



The Freshmen Coordinator group is a group that 
was formed to help new oncoming students get 
acclamated to their new surroundings. The group 
helps with everything from moving new students into 
their dorms right through registration to being a 
friend afterward. The group consists of 37 members 
with the Director being Skip Morgan and Co-director 
Judy Vliet. The advisor of the group is Ms. Margarita 
O'Brien. 



RESIDENCE HALL ADVISORY BOARD 




Kneeling — Daren Fuller. Harvey Comher, Ralph Shipley. Judy Vliet. Standing — Bill McDpnald. 
Lynn Mancini. Phil Shillman, Melinda Means. Jim Bradley. Marcia Hoover, Kym Davidson. Not 
Pictured — Bill Schmidt. Dean Ray. Ralph Wager, Doris Coates, Monica Meadows. Kelly 
Jackson. Eric Stnmple. 



The R.H.A. B. consists of R.A. 's 
and House Council members of the 
different residence halls. The group 
discusses issues that arise out of 
living in residence halls. During this 
discussion, the group explores dif- 
ferent aspects of the issue. Once 
they have completed their recom- 
mendation, they will make a further 
recommendation that will be the in- 
terest of the college. 



The Residence Life Staff con- 
sists of trained upperclassmen 
who seek to promote the well- 
being of residents and to super- 
vise residential facilities. 




Kneeling far right — Ralph Wager. 1 St Row — Yvette McDougald. Sue Walker. Andrew Zimmer- 
man. Kim Ford, Sandy Cates, Tommy Grippo. 2nd Row — Diane Beck. Wade Furches. Sherrell 
Murray. Kym Davidson. Jim Bradley. Laura Butterworth. Ralph Shipley. Edwin Hamlin. Chris 
Griffith. Eric Stnmple. 3rd Row — Doris Coates. Harvey Corriher. Doug Brown. Chris Gardner. 
Jeff Hamley, Chris Petrakis. Bill McDonald, Dean Ray. Daren Fuller. Not Pictured — Monica 
Meadows, Judy Vliet, Lynn Summitt, Vinnie Trimarchi, Larry Quick, Melinda Means. 



ADMISSIONS ADVISORY BOARD 





i Nesbitt, Jeff Hamley, Ralph Shipley, Joe Guinta, Robin Ashe, Kim Lemmons, 
nif er Styers, Patti Jeudevine. Judy Vliet, Ann Qsborn, Melody Hines, Gma Berini, 
Kates. 

The purpose of the Admissions Advisory Board 
is to coordinate the activities of the Catawba 
College Tour Guides, under the direction of the 
Admissions Office. The Admissions Advisory 
Board will also provide information from both 
present students and prospective students to 
the Admissions Office. Officers: Lori Kates, 
President; Ralph Shipley, V. President; Robin 
Ashe, SecretaryATreasurer. 



Tour Guides: Ctop) Gina Berini. Ann Qsborn, Melody Hines, Patti 
Jeudevine, Mr. Jim Nesbitt, Robin Sackett, Debbie Smith, Jen- 
nifer Styers, Susan Yarbrough, Anne McNeill. Kim Lemmons. 
Brenda Lane, CheVell Blacknik, Tracy Lewis, Lynn Mancini, 
Laura Anderson. Robin Ashe, Kim Ford, Judy Vliet, Jeff Bruce. 
Ralph Shipley, Lori Kates, Cheryl Whiting, Jeff Hamley. 



INTER-CLUB COUNCIL 




TOP: Martin Brown, Kevin Carlton, Libby Beach. Julie Ramseur. Allen 
Carnck. Jessica Orr, Lauren Taylor. Elaine Shirey, Lori Kates. Melinda 
Burton, Ralph Shipley. Lydia Campbell. Karen Cuffie, Sherrell Murray. 

The Inten-Club Council is the branch of the 
S.G.A. which deals with student organiza- 
tions. It seeks to create a sense of unity 
among the various student organizations. 
The I.C.C. is also responsible for the 
monthly campus calendar and for reviewing 
club constitutions. This year, the I.C.C. has 
sponsored a "Spirit Week" leading up to 
Homecoming, and a canned food drive for 
the Salvation Army during the Christmas 
holidays. The I.C.C. Director is Sherrell 
Murray. 




Catawba Activities Council 
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The Catawba Activities Council CC.A.C.) is 
the organization which tries to unite the stu- 
dents by bringing special artists [Crystal 
Cabaret], movies, speakers, parties, Home- 
coming, the Inaugural Ball, Springfest, and 
numerous other student activities to cam- 
pus. The C.A.C. is co-directed by Amy Kil- 
bourne and Bridgett Poe and advised whole- 
heartedly by Dr. Jayme Kaniss, with a very 
special group of committee persons. 



Top to bottom: Amy Kilbourne, Bridgett Poe. Angela Coulter. Cathy Boc 
Lauren Taylor, Jim Cunningham, Kelly Jackson, Ralph Shipley, Dr. Jayr 
Kaniss. 




Advisors — Dr. Jayme Kaniss and Dr. Robert Lowdermilk 




Jim Cunningham — Technical Cha; 



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Front Row — Gloria Gines, Stella VanBergen. Robin Ritchie. Back Row — Laura Pasqumi, Rhonda Ritchie, 
Rodney Burton, Judy Vliet. Dave Parker, Wendi Nelson. 

The Psychology Club is composed of psychology ma- 
jors and other- upperclassmen who may be Interested in 
majoring in this field. Career people in psychology and 
related fields are invited to partcipate in the meetings 
thus widening the interest in vocational opportunities in 
the field. Officers: President — Dave Parker, Vice- 
President — Rhonda Ritchie, Secretary-Treasurer — 
Paula Wilson. Advisors: Dr. Albert Roberts, Dr. 
Maynard Rich, Mr. Kevin Hoyle, and Dr. Lounelle Mullis 



PSI CHI 



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Psi Chi is the national honor 
society in psychology. The purpose 
of Psi Chi is to honor outstanding 
students in psychology who have 
demonstrated superior academic 
performances and leadership in 
psychology, and to nurture 
interest in Poth personal and 
professional development. Many 
thanks to Dr. Maynard Rich for his 
time, support and encouragement 
as advisor to Psi Chi. 



Seated: Joe Crowther, Kim Alexander. Dave Parker, Robin Ritchie. Standing: Julie Davidson, 
Laura Pasquini, Angie Hill, Rhonda Ritchie, Chris Loy, Dr. Maynard Rich. 




Officers: Rhonda Ritchie, President; Chris Loy, Vice 
President; Kim Alexander, Secretary; Joe Crowther 
Treasurer. 



PHI EPSILON 




Rich Landis. Allen Carrick, Martin Brown, Libby Beach, Bradd Eldndge, Mike Cutter, Ed Fowler. Charlie 
Beatty. Skip Morgan Sharry Buckner, Debbie Craddock. Diane Beck, Jackie Hayes, Kara Cadiz, Cathy 
Boon, Edwin Rorhbaugh, Scot McCachren. Kim Hughson. Lydia Campbell, David Beach, Dr. Bethany 
Sinnott. 



Phi Epsilon is an honor society with a membership 
of 3D Junior and Senior students. Election to mem- 
berships is based upon outstanding scholastic 
achievement, character, leadership, and service to 
Catawba College. The purpose of the organization is 
to unite the outstanding members of the student 
body as members of a single group in order to prom- 
ote scholarly and cultural activities on campus. Offi- 
cers of the club are: Allen Car-nick — President; Bradd 
Eldnidge — Vice-President; Libby Beach — Secretary/ 
Treasurer; Kim Hughson and Julie Ramseun — Social 
Chairmen; and Dr. Bethany Sinnott — Advisor. 



ALPHA CHI 




Dave Parker. Brent Martin, Wade Furches, Bradd Eldridge. Allen Carrick, Dr. Bethany Sinnott, Rhonda 
Ritchie, Robin Ritchie, Cathy Boon. DeDe McElveen, Lori Ann Bowen, Marcy Lefler, Ben Banks, Julie 
Ramseur, Lydia Campbell, Patty Gray, Edwina Gray, Doris Hepler. Casandra Lockert. 



It is quite a privilege to be inducted into Cataw- 
ba's highest honor society, Alpha Chi. For election 
to the society one must meet the following require- 
ments: 1 ] be a Junior with a GPA of 3. ~7 or higher, 
2] be a Senior with s GPA of 3. 5 or higher, and 3!) 
be nominated and selected by the faculty. Alpha 
Chi brings speakers to campus annually in an 
attempt to enrich the scholarly life of Catawba's 
students and the college community. Advisor is 
Dr. Bethany Sinnott. 



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AMERICAN COLLEGES AND UNIVERSITIES 







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EDWIN ROHRBAUGH 



Who's Who Among Students in 
American Universities & Colleges 

Junior Class Favorite 

SGA President's Service Award 

Phi Epsilon Honor Society 

Sophomore Class Favorite 

Freshman Class Vice President 

Student Recognition Committee 

Campus Tour Guide 

Catawba Phon-a-thon 

Intramural Sports 

Elections Committee 

SGA Senator 

Resident Assistant 

Freshman Coordinator 

SGA Executive Council 

President of Pine Knot Hall 

Men's Residence Council 

Director of Catawba Activities 

Council 

Inter-Club Council 

Arts and Cultural Affairs 

Committee 

SGA Constitution Committee 

Chairman of Positive Action 

Committee 

MILLER Campus Representative 

SGA Parliamentarian 




Cathy Boon 




Homecoming Queen 

Dean's List 

Presidential Honor Roll 

Junior Marshal 

Who's Who Among Students in 

American Universities S Colleges 

Associate Editor of the Pioneer 

Chairperson for Homecoming 

Committee of Catawba Activities 

Council 

President of Computer Science 

Club 

SGA Senator 

Alpha Chi Honor Society 

Phi Epsilon Honor Society 

Catawba Activities Council 

Computer Science Club 



BLUE MASQUE 




Hank Copeland, Tim Ross, Jim Gloster. Ed Ashurst, Kelly McKinley. Kevin Hardison, Mike Cavanaugh, John Gibson, Rhonda 
Franz, Angie Scalies, Margret Krams, Anne Jones, Lauren Taylor, Jeff Bruce, Maura Krah, Pat Orndorff, Keith Darwin, 
Dorcus Tomasek. Kae Richardson. Mike Yionoulis, Genie Caussin, Ellen Wise. Mark Miller. Yvetta Campbell. Dewanna 
Thomas. Marcus Malveau. Petal Strudwick, Becky Taylor, Debbie Beam, Kim Abbott. Curly Bartol. Robbie Jordan, Dean 
Merritt, Laura Butterworth, Cindy Wright. David Beach. Ton Burns. Scot McCachren, Clark Current. 

The Blue Masque is comprised of 

extremely talented and hardworking 

theatrical individuals who are dedicated 

to theatrical and dramatic Arts and 

activities. Working in Cooperation with 

the drama department, the Blue Masque 

produces at least four student directed 

full-length productions, various one-act 

plays and workshops during the 

academic year. The purpose of the club 

is to promote interest in theatre and to 

encourage dramatic activity on campus 

and in the community. Advisor to the 

Blue Masque is Mr. T. D. Ringenberg. 




BLUE MASQUE EXECUTIVE BOARD — Kelly McKinley CM 
(Secretary]. Debbie Beam (Public Relations). Jim Gloster (Presider 
(Vice-President]. Kevin Hardison (Treasurer] 



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Jack Heifner 




THE CAST 

TORI BURRIS 

ANGIE HILL 

CINDY WRIGHT 



Directed by Teresa Free 
Stage Manager — Scot McCachren 
Asst. Stage Manager — Angie Scalies 
Set Designer — G. Edwin Ashurst, III 
Light Designer — Kevin Hardison 
Sound Designer — Keith Darwin 




Book by 
ROGER O. 



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Music & Lyrics by 
STEPHEN SCHWARTZ 



Directed by 
REID LEONARD 

Musical Directing and Conducting 
JEFFREY HAL JIMISON 



Leading Player 
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Charles . . . 
Lewis . . . . 
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Musician . . 
Head . . . . 
Field Marshall 
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THE CAST 

Fred Inkley Peasant John Hendershot 

Mike Yionoulis Player (Beggar) Tim Ross 

Mark Miller Catherine Lauren Taylor 

Greg Thompson Theo Devin Sinnott 

Kelly McKinley Player Kim Abbott 

Angie Scalies Player Dorcas Tomasek 

Robert Votaw Player Netta Campbell 

Pat Orndorff Player Dewanna Thomas 

Kory Miller Player Rebecca Taylor 

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CLASSES 



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Paul Dziomba 



Lynn Shupmg and Nikki Atkins "This is it. This ain't r 
dress rehearsal." 





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Chris Gardner and Vangie Mch 




Kiss me you fool!!! Julie Ramseur 




Cindy Wright 



SENIOR CANDIDS 




Julie Ramseur, Kim Hughson, Courtney Gran 



Computer Burnout!" DeDe McElveer 



SENIOR CANDIDS 

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Bradd Eldndge 



Robert Votaw and Kory Miller 




"Hello Mudder. Hello Fadder. So long Camp Catawba. " Jeff 
Bruce 



Charlie Beatty and Mark Teat with Kim Ford and Lynn Mancmi 




Glenn Weidner "C Fain Catawba" "Free Speech Loses Bli&SS&^B 




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Cindy Gormley, Cindy Morris and Chris Griffith 



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Sheila Black with Ozell Coope; 



Vinnie Tnmerchi. Steve Flood and Rich's Mom 



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Steve Kinney and Todd Shook NFL Bound? 



Vinnie Trimanchi. Rich Drake and Steve's Mom 




Jim Gloster with Kim Abbott 



Marcia Hoover 



SENIORS 



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Kenneth S. Albrecht 

Lexington, NC 

Kimberly J. Alexander 

Psychology 

Todd Armstrong 

Geeton.e. NC 
BUAD 



Robin Elaine Ashe 




Officers: Angie Hill, Treasurer; Robin Ashe, Secretary, Me 
President. 



a Hoover, Vice President; Martin Br 



Karen A. Baker 

Raleigh. NC 

Public Recreation 





Newton Banks 



Laura O. Beach 



Charles Allen Beatty 

Charlotte. NC 
BUAD/Economics 

Diane M. Beck 

Mt. Laurel, NJ 
Computer Science 



Donita D. Beck 



Sheila Denise Black 

Red SprmgB. NC 
Recreation Therephy 

Cecelia Ann Bobo 

Salisbury. MD 
Psychology 



Cather 

Burhngto 



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SciBncelS/lathemeocs 



Martin Andrew Brown 

North Wilkesbor-o, NC 
BUAO/ Accounting 



Jeffrey Philip Bruce 

Elkin. NC 

Susanna Mania Burleson 

Aeheboro. NC 
BUAD 

Robert M. Burke 

Salisbury. NC 
BUAD 



Larry Rodney Burton 

Thomaeville. NC 
Psychology 

Laura E. Butterworth 
Ashevflls, NC 

Colleen Frances Carey 

Berkley Hgcs. NJ 
Recreacion Theraphy 





Jennifer Dean Carpenter 

Sehebur-y. NC 
BUAD 



Michael Allen Carnck 



Tammy Jo Monigue Chacfwick 

Ft. Washington. Mel 
Psychology 



Andy Dean Chappell 

Jonesvilie. NC 
Special Education 

Kimberly Sue Charrot 

Psychology/Special Education 

Rhonda Lynne Colclough 

Haddonfield. NJ 

BUAD 



Anne Marsh Cooper 

Salisbury, NC 
Social Work 

John Harvey Corriher 

Salisbury, NC 

Nicholas Anthony Costino 

BUAD 



Angela Teresa Coulter 

Newton, NC 
Recreation Theraphy 

Debbie L. Craddock 

Walnut Cove. NC 
BUAD/Computer Science 

Angela Rae Creyton 

Stanfield. NC 

Elementary Education 



James L. Crumel 

East Orange. NJ 
BUAD/Computer Science 

Michael James Cutter 

Cincmneti, Oh 
BUAD 

Richard Keith Darwin 



Julia B. Davidson 

China Grove. NC 
Psychology 

LaVerne DeJournette I 

Petham. NC 
BUAD 

Richard James Drake 

Oakdale. NY 
BUAD 





Dietre Elaine Dulm 

Mocks vi Me. NC 

BUAD/Accoun&ng 

Paul Patrick Dziomba 

Computer Science/Computer lr 

Bradd Patrick Eldndge 

Boeher. In 

Chemistry/Computer Science 



Rachel E. Engler 



Margaret Gene Frauendorfer 

Burlington, NC 

Drama 

Daren Clmard Fuller 

Thomesville. NC 

BUAD/Economics 

Christopher Delane Gardner 

KannapOliS, NC 
BU AD. Accounting 



David Brett Garland , 

Stetesville. NC 
Political Science ' 



Gloria Jean Gines 

Psychology 



Joseph Anthony Giunta, Jr 

Ft. Lauderdale. F 



Christopher Allen Gladden 

Salisbury NC 
Computer Science 

Cynthia M. Gormley 

Gettyburg. Pa 
BUAD 

Courtney A. Graham 

Moore6town, NJ 
BUAD 





Charlene Patricia Gray 



Edwina Eugenia Gray 

Salisbury. NC 

Tech Drafting and Design 

Marion Jerenette Greeni 

Tray. NC 

Recreation Theraphy/Pubhc Rec 



Michael Andrew Greer 

Thomeeviiie. NC 

Political Science/Public Adm. 

Christine Ann Griffin 

Newfield. NJ 

Cheryl R. Hamilton 

High Point. NC 
SocibI Work 



Edwin Hamlin 

Eden. NC 

BUAD/ Accounting 

Elizabeth Irene Hartzler 

Chappaque, NY 
BUAD 

Jackie Elliot Hayes 



ershey 

sort Md. 
Psychology/Special Edu 



Angela K. Hill 

Knoxville, Tn 
Psychology 

Charles H. Hillary 

Miami, Fl 
BUAD 

Leigh Hodges 

Morgenton, NC 
BUAD 



es Harold Holmes. Jr. 

Ramseur. NC 
Phys. Ed/Then Rec 

Mancia Elaine Hoover 

Thomesville, NC 
Speech/BUAD 



ipeech/BUAD j 

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urhnoeon. NC ^ / 

BUAD >AH 



Kimberly Lynn Hughson 
Cincinnati, Oh 

Speech/BUAD 

Charlie M. Jackson 

MC, Dors Fl 
Recreation Theraphy 

Linda Gail Jackson 

LandiB. NC 
Elementer-y Education 



Wayne Russell Jackson 

Kmston. NC 
Physical Education 

Carl D. Johnson 

HBi-taville, SC 
Physical Education 

Juiie Elizabeth Jones 

BUAD 





David Nelson Joslir 

China Grove. NC 



Gwendolyn Kanipe 

Morganton, NC 



Luella J. Ketner 

Computer Science 

Amy Jo Kilbourne 



Eddie Troy Kinney 



Steven C. Kinney 

Randleman, NC 
BUAD/Economics 

Melenie J. Kiser 

Charlotte. NC 
BU AD/ Accounting 

Lori Kollar 

Potomac, Md 
BUAO 



Kimmer Sherrill Koontz 

Salisbury. NC 
BUAD 

Charles T. Kroh 

Wilhemston, NJ 

Pre-Lew 

Laura Marie Kuechenberg 

TBmpa. Fl 
BUAD 








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Brenda Kay Lane 

Charlotte, NC 
BUAD 




Jeffrey Paige Lane 

Charlotte. NC 
BUAD 



Jeffrey W. Leagon 



Pamela Ann LeBlenc 

Randolph, NJ 



Laura Anne LeiCner 

Flat Rock, NC 



Paul Kelly Leonard 

AsheDoro. NC 

Stephen Young Livengood 

Thomasville. NC 
BUAD 

Judith Elaine Long 

Ft. Lauder-daie Fi 



Kevin M. Loughlin 

Merlton. NJ 
BAUD/Accountmg 

Chris Loy 

Salisbury. NC 

Psychology /Sociology 

Paul Brent Martin 

Winscon-Bslem, NC 
Chemistry 



Jeffrey Spence Mason 

Hilcon Heed, SC 
BUAD 

Andrew James Mathews 

Ft. Valley. Ga. 
Physical Ed. 

Edgar Sidnet Matthews, Jr. 

Lewis ville. NC 
Physical Education 





Monty James McCachlan 



Scot Alexander McCachren 



Patrick F. McCormick 



DeDe L. McElveer 



Computer Scien 



Evangeline G. McHargue 



Leslie M. McManness 

Recreation 



Earl A. McMillon 

New London. NC 
Social Work 

Scott F. Mitchell 

Durham. NC 
Anthropology 

Skip Morgan, Jr. 

Salisbury, NC 
Chemistry 



Cynthia Jean Morris 

Plantation. R 
Recreation/Recreation Ther 

Wendi Elisa Nelson 

Chevy Chase. Md 
Psychology 

Roger Mario Nix 

Mt. Done. Fl 
BUAD 



David J. Parker 

Hillsborough, NC 
Psychology/BUAD 

Tern Anne Pepper 

• Public Rec/Becreacion Ther 

Branson Andrew Pethel 

Salisbury, NC 
Pre- Law 



Sandra Lee Proctor 

Thereputic Recreation 

Lisa Lynn Queen 

Spencer. NC 
BUAD/Computer Science 

Julie Irene Ramseur 

Landis. NC 
Political Scence/Pre-lew 



Robin Ritchie 

Salisbury. NC 
Psychology 

Ronda I. Ritchie 

Salisbury. NC 
Psychology 

Frances Jean Robinson 

Greensboro. NC 
Computer Info 



Edwin N. Rohrbaugh 

BUAD 

Melissa Ann Sagen 

Charlotte. NC 
BUAD 

Terry Linn Seamon 
Salisbury. NC 

BUAD 





Robert Bell Sheffield 

Norwood, NC 



Patnca Ann Shine 



Franklin Todd Shook 



Julia Lynette Shupir 

Salisbury. NC 
Pre-Law/Public AdminiEtre 

Mark E. Shuts 

BB BUAD/Accountmg 

Lisa M. Simon 

Delray Beach. Fl 



Mark A. Simpsor 



Jerry T. Sion 

Monrovia- Libera 
BUAD 

Lyle Huntington Smith 

BUAD 



Delores Lynn Sum 

Salisbury. 
ComputBr Science 

Kathleen Margaret Sugrue 

Jacksonville, Fl 
BUAD 



Mark Allen Sweazie 

St. Petersburg, Fl 
Anthropology 



Timothy William Swicegood 

Lexington, NC 
Soci 

Jeffrey Shahane Taylor 

jro, NC 
BUAD 





Michael Charles Walder 

Lexington. NC 
BUAD 

Robyn Drumm Wargo 

Newton, Pa 

BUAD 

Marcie Layne Webber 

BUAD/Economics 



Glenn D. Weidner 

Rockville. Md 
Pre-Law/Economice 

Denise Elizabeth Whitaker 

Salisbury, NC 
BUAD/Economics 

Tina L. Whittington 

Millers Creek. NC 
Physical Education 



Kimbenly Denise Wilson 

Lexington, IMC 
SDeecn/BUAD 

David Scott Wing 



David Layne Wood 

Charlotte. NC 
BUAD 



Cynthia Ann Wright 



Sandra Jean Wright 



Michael Allen Zinnermar 



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James B. Aldredge III 



David Kelly Ard 

G. Edwin Ashurst III 
RoswbII, GA 

Mark Charles Bastian 

Pitman. NJ 




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Sherry Lynn Buckner 

BL-rnsville, NC 

Kara Lynne Cadiz 



Lydia Ann Campbell 



Mark Alton Canady 



Mason Cardone 



Kevin Douglas Carlton 

Salisbury, NC 

Sandra Jeannette Cates 



Michael J. Cavanagl - 

Boynton Beach. Fl 



JUNIORS 



Laura Anne Cauble 
Salisbury, nc 



Robert E. Cerami 



Craig William Conkiln 



Susan Elizabeth Corriher 



Kymn Denise Davidson 



Terry Keith Earnhardt 



Concord. NC 





Winona Lynne Gregory 



Lawrence Edward Gremer 



Jeffrey Clark Hamley 

Martinsville. NJ 



David Lewis Harding 
Dons Ann Hepler 

Advance. NC 

Gma M. Hill 

Goldabor-o. NC 



JUNIORS 



Kenny Hinegardne: 




Barry G. Hobbs 



Morton Spencer Jones 



JUNIORS 




Paul Wayne Kimbrell 



Cynthia Jean Koch 

ScaCesvJIle, NC 

Todd David Kymer 



Melony Ann Lackey 

Boomer. NC 

Joe Lafrance 

Marlton. NJ 



Steven Craig Leach 



Tamala Deene Leonard 

Lexington. NC 

Tracy Jane Lewis 
Selbyville. DE 

Cassandra Lee Lockert 

Salisbury. NC 



Henry Kenneth Love 





Kenneth L. Myers 



Leisa Dawn Pearson 

Belmont. NC 

Alison Gail Petrea 

FB.Ch, NC 

Juvenal A. Pina 



Jeffrey Brent Poole 



Linwood, NC 



Douglas T. Proctor 



Maria L. Proctor 



David Dean Ray, Jr. 





Steven Bryan Robb 

Cherry Hill. NJ 



Sallie Ann Roberts 
Briecon, CT 



Robert Allen Rochel 
Angela Dawn Rogers 



Randall Mark Sailor 



Patrick Shields 

Cherry Hill, hJC 



Sheri Anne Small 





Jecquelyn Kay Steele 

Denver. NC 

Gregory Ian Stewart 



SOPHOMORES 



Valencia Ann Abbott 



Charlotte Er 



Robert Hanng Beaumont 



Lisa Marie Blake 




SOPHOMORES 




Lori Ann Bov 



John Paul Bryant 

Lexington, NC 

Chester C. Buckenmaier 
Tori Michele Bunnis 

Oekboro. NC 



Kelly Shannon Chrisav 

Burnsville, NC 

Angie Linette Coffey 

Waxhaw. NC 

Kim Lenette Cornwell 

Greensboro. NC 

Gerald David Corriher 

Salisbury. NC 



James R. Cunninghar 



SOPHOMORES 



Richard Lynn Dawson 



Sharma Lolita Dulin 

Advance. NC 

Sandy Jo Dungan 

Warsaw, VA 

Ann Carol Edmond 

Concord, NC 

Kenneth Allen Fernandez 

Tampa, FL 



Kimberly Anne Ford 



Lisa Kim Fortner 



Rhonda Lynne Franz 



Christopher D. Gibbs 



Kathleen Inga Goodv 



Marcy Ann Granquist 

Palm City. FL 




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Brad Jay Har 



Timothy L. Har 

Greenville. NC 



Jeffrey Earle Holt 

Boniee. NC 



Eliz. Myers Hudson 



SOPHOMORES 



Royce D. Jackson 



Debbie May Kelly 

Salisbury, NC 

Rebecca Louise Kepley 



Maria A. Kil 



David Rodney Latham 



Scarlett Davis Livengood 

SBhsbury. NC 

Teressa Belle Livengood 

Salisbury. NC 

Kimberly Ann Mair 




SOPHOMORES 




Lynn Marie Mancmi 

West Heven. CT 

Lisa S- Marhoover 



Sam McCormick 



Kelly Teresa McKinley 

Burke. VA 

Vera Anne McNeill 



Judy Dianne Medford 



Richard W. Moffitt, Jr 



Hartwell David Monroe 



SOPHOMORES 



Bob Joseph Muzzoni 

Sarasota, FL 



Stscey Rae Ness 

York. PA 

Alice A. Nichols 



Benjamin Banks Peeler 

Jacksonville, FL 

Bridgett Lee Poe 

William Lewis Puckett 

Madison. NC 




SPOO 




SOPHOMORES 




James Joseph Robinson 



Robin Sackett 



Kerry Lynn Scharf 

Goidsboro. NC 



Tammy Gayle Schenk 

Salisbury. NIC 

William Samuel Schmidt, Jr. 

Pennsauken. NJ 

Julie Ann Schwieg 



SOPHOMORES 



Robin L. Shires 

Salisbury. NC 

Elaine Tinker Shirey 



Jane P. Sic 



Jennifer Eyre Smith 

Delray Beach. FL 

Martina D. Smith 



Sharon Denise Snuggs 



Wendy Marie Strang 

Somers PC., NJ 

Valinda Sue Taylor 



Curtis Allen Vance 




SOPHOMORES 




neth Alsn Wazlavek 

iare, MD 

Sue Whitaker 



Michael E. Williams 

Maiden, NC 

Dhelia Maria Williamson 



Ann Margaret Wishon 



SOPHOMORES 



FRESHMAN 



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Steven Eric Atwell 



Timothy Hardy Baker 



Carolie DuBose Bartol 



Timothy L. Bates 




Kelly Auten. Secretary; Kelly Pfifer, TreasL 
Haines, President. 



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Carolyn Ward, V. President; Andrea 




FRESHMEN 




Teresa Ann Carpenter 



Jonas Donoven Cherry 



Todd B. Coleman 

Yerdley. PA 

James Matthew Combs 



Johanna Ida Dir 



Richard Cash Earnhardt 



FRESHMEN 



Don Allen Fleming 



Elizabeth Ann Gottsegen 
Matt W. Grander 



Wendy Denise Gregory 



Andrea Lynn Haines 




FRESHMEN 




Thomas Harker 

Elkm, NC 

Valeria Ann Harle 



Sharon Lynn Hicks 



Jill Mane Houston 
Steve Howard Hudon 



Rob M. Jasiewtcz 



FRESHMEN 



Timothy C. Lippard 

Salisbury. NC 

Stephen Lee Love 

Biscoe, NC 

Marcus Dale Malveau 

Fay, NC 

Bryan Neal Marks 

Bemsrdeville, NJ 



Gretchen E. Mease 



Anna Jill Morgan 

Salisbury. NC 

Angela Ellen Morris 

Burlington. NC 

Tommi Darlene Morris 

Salisbury. NC 

Hugh R. Moss 




FRESHMEN 




Rodney Harold Nardell 



James Paul Parent 



Kelly E. Phifer 



San Pinkston 



Rod C. Pitts 



Albert Prego 



Jo Glene Robertson 



Robert Louis Ross 



FRESHMEN 



Barbara Kay Singleton 
Debbie L. Smith 



Michael Dale Smith 



Eric James Sc 



Jennifer Leigh Styers 
Advance, IMC 

Karen Maureen Tansey 



Jimmy Shawn Todd 

Thomasville. NC 

Dorcas Ann Tomasek 



Linda Gail Trexler 




FRESHMEN 




Ronald Van Turner 

Jacksonville. NC 

Bethaney Jean Vazzar 
Susan M. Wagner 



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Carolyn Jean Ward 



Kathy E. Weatherford 



Walter C. Webb 



Reginald J. White 

Kernereville. NC 

Ellen Beth Wice 



Leigh Janette Wilder 



Mike Yionoulis 

Raleigh, NC 

David M. Zalmsky 



FRESHMEN 




FACULTY 




Dr. Stephen H. Wurster 

President of Catawba College 



ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICERS 




□avid E. Setzer — Executive Assistant to the President 
and Director of Public Relations 



James A- Nesbitt — Dean of Admissions 



ADMINISTRATIVE STAFF 




Bo Beaver — Secretary, Office of the Vice-President for Acaden 
Affairs & Dean of the College 



Gina Benni — Associate Dean of Admissions 



ADMINISTRATIVE STAFF 




Hodge Coffield — Admissions Counselc 



Sandy Eric CI. J and Melissa Deal (r ] — Business Office Staff 



ADMINISTRATIVE STAFF 




Gayle C. Gray — Secretary to the Manager of the College Mary Ann Green — Director of Public Information and Publicatu 

Community Centre and Members of the Department of Drama 




Lillian Hicks — Director of Prospect Research 



Harold Higgins — Director of Women's Athletic Recruiting, Head 
Women's Basketball Coach 



ADMINISTRATIVE STAFF 




Bonnie Hill (I.] and Minnie McCachren CrJ — Nurses 



Melody Hmes — Admissions Counselc 




EI.D, Evelyn Lowman Co.], and Patricia Powlas tr. ) 
Computer Room Staff 



Frankie W. Jacksor 
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— Assistant to the Vice-President for 
listration and Planning 



ADMINISTRATIVE STAFF 




Evelyn Joslin CI. 3 and Sue Stebbms Cr. ] 
Secretary for Alumni Records and Director of Alumni and Par 
Relations 



Many Emma Knox — Director of Residences 




Oneida H. Lloyd — Administrative Assistant to the Vice-President 
for Academic Affairs & Dean of the College 



Robert E. Lowder 



<. Ill — Dean of Student Development & 
Campus Minister 



ADMINISTRATIVE STAFF 




William M. McDonald — Director of Residential Life 



Brenda A. Mcintosh CI.] — Secretary. Student Development Office 

and Carolyn W. Stratton (r. ] — Secretary Student Development 

Office 




J. Curtis Montgomery — Director of Advancement Center 



Brian A. Morrison — Assistant Director of Athletics 
Information Director 



ADMINISTRATIVE STAFF 




Judy Newman CI.] — Coordinator for Continuing Educating S. 

Special Programs and Carol Morgan Cr. ] — Secretary to 

Continuing Education S. Special Programs 



Margarita O'Brier 



of Counseling Services 




Jayne Osbourne — Admissions Counse 



E. Eloise Peeler — Administrative Assistant to the President 



ADMINISTRATIVE STAFF 




Louise Pring CI.] — Assistant Bursar, Shirley Rinehart Cc.) - 
Bursar, and Ruby Barringer — Associate Bursar 



Penny Rice CI.) — Secretary to the Director of Financial Aid, 

Barbara Hill Cc.) — Director of Financial Aid and Ann Shaughnessy 

Cr. ) — Assistant to the Director of Financial Aid 




Secretary to the Education 
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Richard D. Seagle — Coordinator of Events & House Technician, 
College-Community Centre 



Arlene W. Schenk — Secretary to Athletics and Department of 
Health, Physical Education S. Recreation 




Kathy Shue and Susie Datka — Bookstore St Postmistresses 



Betty Smith — Secretary to the Career Planning S. Placement 
office, and Department of Psychology 



ADMINISTRATIVE STAFF 




Laura Smith [I.] — Switchboard Operator and Secretary to the 

Admissions Office and Frances Adams Cr. ) — Secretary to the 

Admissions Office 



Nancy South — Assistant to the Director of Admissic 



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J. Harvey Stratton — Assistant Vice-President for Development John L. Thomason, Jr. — Superintendent of Buildings and 

Grounds 




Nancy B. Trexler — Secretary to the Commerce Department and 
the Faculty 



LIBRARY ADMINISTRATION 




Evelina Tseng 



Dixie Scott 



Jacquelyn Sims 




Dr. Betty Sell 



FACULTY 




Dr. Michael Baranski — Biology 



Joseph Barnes — Accounting 



Thomas Bonebrake — Commerce 




Dr. Paul Baker — Mathematics and Computer Science 




Jay A. Buxton — Biology 



John F. Caldwell — Military Science 



J. Alvin Carter — Commence, and 

Assistant Vice-President for Finance and 

Administration 




Elizabeth Carlton — Music 



FACULTY 




Francis B. Dedmond — English Sgt. Gene Faulkner — Military Sc 



Sophie Fischel — Education 




William E. Gibbons — Mathematic 



FACULTY 




Susan R. Gibbs — Biology 



Karl E. Hales — Drama and Speech 



Ronald H. Hall — History 




Robert P. Hartsell, Jr. — Social Work 



FACULTY 




Jeffrey H. Jimison — Music 



Jayme L. Kaniss — Political Science 






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James E. Parker — Drama 



Alan Patterson — Physical Education and Director 
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Thomas D. Rmgenberg 
Drama and Speech 




Maynard L. Rich — Psychology 



FACULTY 




Shirley P. Ritchie — Education Hans E. Roemer — Modern Languages Kenneth D. Sell — Psychology 




Albert E. Roberts — Psychology 



Sanford R. Silverburg — Political Scier 



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Bethany S. Sinnott — English 



FACULTY 




S.C. Tseng — Commerce and 
Economics 



Charles Turney — English 



James King West — Religion 




Robert D. Weidner — Drama and Director 
of the College-Community Centre 



Andrew A. Vance, Jr. — Modern 
Languages and BusmessLaw 




Ralph W. Wager — Physical Education, Patricia R. Whitley — Health. Physical 

Head Soccer Coach Education 




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